St. John's Homes for sale

St. John's Homes for Sale

St. John’s, the capital City of Newfoundland has seen strong growth in the real estate market and economy in recent years.

Steve Winters can help you search through available homes for sale in St. John’s and find you the home of your dreams.  You will have LOTS of questions and he’s here to help.

Selling Your Home

Steve can get your St. John’s home listed on MLS® in no time and provide lots of exposure to hundreds of potential buyers. Let Stephen Winters help you sell your home for top dollar.

Neighbourhood Information

If you are looking for information on any neighbourhood in the St. John’s area or simply looking for a list of St. John’s homes for sale or the surrounding real estate market area Stephen Winters can help. Stephen can provide quick accurate data on all St. John’s homes for sale in the Metro region. Including all subdivisions and new home construction.

RE/MAX Market Share

RE/MAX has approximately 40% of the market share for the St. John’s Metro Real Estate area. Who do you want working for you? Looking for homes for sale in St. John’s….go with those who know!

Real estate market Stats

Make sure you check out the St. John’s Real Estate Blog and sign up for the newsletter for up to date St. John’s real estate market stats, trends and market info.  Looking for a list of St. John’s Homes for sale? Contact Steve!  When you are ready to buy or sell, he’s ready to listen.

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Things to do in St. John's

The Mile One Centre is located in downtown St. John’s. It is the main sports and entertainment centre in the city and one of the finest entertainment centres in Canada.

George Street is located downtown and is the focal point of the city’s nightlife. The short street is populated mainly by bars and pubs, which are open later than most others in Canada.

Downtown St. John's

Downtown Heritage Areas are the heart and soul of St. John's.

The historic boundaries of downtown St. John’s is usually thought to start at the harbour extend north to Duckworth Street and is bounded by Patrick Street in the west and Empire Avenue in the east. In recent years the boundaries of downtown have extended further north and usually take in Military Road and LeMarchant Road or as far Merrymeeting Road.

The Great Fire of 1892 destroyed much of downtown St. John’s leaving few building still standing. The history and heritage of St. John’s is significant to the history and unique character of the province. The remains of our early heritage are evident in the patterns of streets and buildings and their orientation to the harbour.